Any matador worth his cape could have told the Houston Texans that when you flash your red, you'd better not be standing prone behind it. The Jacksonville Jaguars gashed the Texans' league-worst run defense Sunday for 184 yards and three touchdowns to spoil one of Houston's annual "battle red" uniform days. Amongst their 31 carries, one stood out as the Jaguars' signature. 1-10-HOU 19 (11:32) 32-[Maurice] Jones-Drew up the middle to HST 14 for 5 yards (93-[Tim] Bulman). NFL.com's play-by-play account of the game, short and to-the-point, does little to document the grunt work put into those five yards by Jones-Drew and the offensive line. Having given up a touchdown less than a minute before halftime to go down 21-17, Jacksonville started the third quarter by moving 64 yards in ...
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